Check out the LARAEC calendar for upcoming consortium PD, meetings, and events.
Individual district PD may not be included.
Many agencies across the state have pulled together their professional development & meetings into a one stop training source for California adult educators. This one stop includes CALPRO, CAEP, OTAN, & CASAS
The California Adult Education Program (CAEP) provides a weekly newsletters that includes professional development and collaboration opportunities throughout the state.
Check out past news letters or sign up to have it delivered to your inbox weekly.
Our LARAEC keynote speaker Mark Church came back for more!
This session was designed to go a little bit more deeply into the exploration of thinking routines that promote depth of learning and engagement. When students, whatever their age, feel that their teachers have genuine interest in and curiosity for their thinking, they tend to bring their thinking more routinely to their learning. Participants who came to this additional online workshop had a chance to reflect upon their experiences to promote engagement and thinking more as inspired by ideas gleaned from the October event. And participants had the opportunity to learn a few more thinking routines that could be useful tools and structures to add to their practice.
Some of these routines are great for faculty training and collaborative meetings too!
Watch the recorded session through link below AND check out extensive resources shared in the handouts section!!
Grab your lunch and join us for short general interest topics and discussions on Thursdays from 12:30 – 1:30 PM. Lunch with LARAEC is designed to support teachers, counselors, and staff in adapting to and supporting remote instruction. Past topics include: social media, engagement, giving feedback, transitioning to college, remote onboarding, zoom tricks, and ESL learner persistence.
Visit the Lunch With LARAEC page for upcoming events and past recordings
Kristi Reyes, non-credit ESL teacher at Mira Costa College & CALPRO trainer, shares strategies for engaging online and remote learning students. She covers key factors for student success in online learning and nine strategies that support student motivation and persistence.
YouTube Tip: when you are pressed for time, click the setting wheel and change speed to 1.5x The video will speed up but is still understandable.